Candle making 101...

Teacup Lights How-To
1. In a small pan set over a larger pan of simmering water, melt down old candles; clip the thermometer to the upper pot, and keep temperature at about 185 degrees. Remove old wicks with tongs.
2. Cut a piece of wicking to the cup's height plus 2 inches. Clamp one end to a wick sustainer; tie the other end around a skewer. Dip wicking and sustainer into melted wax to coat them. Remove and stick sustainer to cup's bottom.
From Martha Stewart magazine
Off to Tuscon today with Jim's cousin Wayne and his wife to follow!!! Cookie is looking forward to her road trip!!!

1 comment:

Happy Day Lady said...

Those lovely candles make me say ahhhhhhhhhhhh - just like a refreshing cup of tea :O)